(2018 Event) The unofficial end of Put in Bay summer fun is the annual Put-in-Bay Island Club Fall Ball. This year marks the 20th Anniversary of this incredible event! This event was the original street party which spawned the Spring Fling. It has grown in size each year for almost two decades as more and more people hear about it. The party is hosted at the Island Club Rentals subdivision and is exclusively for guests of the Island Club, Victory Station Hotel, Put-in-Bay Condos, and Commodore Resort only. You must be a registered guest at one of these establishments to attend. No exceptions will be made for liability purposes! Be sure to reserve your hotel room or rental home early as this weekend always books up and sells out quickly between the Party, the Wine Fest, and the football games!
What is the Fall Ball? It is a big block party that usually attracts over 1700 people for 2 days of free adult beverages, and a Saturday full of free food and awesome live entertainment to start the season off right! As a bonus for those who will be heading downtown, many island businesses offer great discounts on food and merchandise for party attendees who show their wristbands! Stay tuned for the special guest band --- CHECK BACK SOON!
Remember, book EARLY as this weekend fills fast! For home rentals & Waterfront Condos, please call 216-898-9951. For Commodore & Victory Station hotel reservations, please call 419-285-3101. (2018 Event)
2018 Contact Information:
Name: Island Club Home Rentals
Address: 1490 Put-in-Bay Rd., Put-in-Bay, OH, 43456
Website URL: https://www.islandclub.com/
Put-in-Bay Trivia: Along the lovely shores of South Bass Island (Put-in-Bay), five luxury hotels were built by 1888. One of the hotels, The Hotel Victory is referred to as a symbol of the peak of the lavish 1890’s. Being the biggest summer resort in the U.S. at the time, the Hotel Victory was operating 27 years prior to being ruined by a fire on August 14, 1919. Today, you can still see the remains of some of the foundation and its swimming pool at the South Bass Island State Park.